HULL: Children's television programme Nina And The Neutrons is visiting The Deep today
The CBeebies science show will feature the aquarium in a forthcoming show about how humans can breathe under water.
Television crews are due to be on site from 8am to 4pm.
The Deep's divers will be in the tanks and holding signs during filming.
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Nina And The Neutrons is aimed at four to six-year-olds to help them understand basic science.
Nina is a neuroscientist who enlists the help of her neurons – five animated characters representing the senses – in her brain to answer a scientific question.
EAST HULL: There will be spooky goings-on at a nature reserve in the city later this month.
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is holding a lantern walk on Halloween at the Loglands reserve, off Frome Road.
The event will take place on Wednesday, October 31, from 5pm to 8pm.
Those taking part can follow the lit paths where they will meet ghouls and ghosts on the way.
There will be hot marshmallows by the fire to finish off the evening.
Participants should meet at Longhill Playing fields car park.
E RIDING: An application has been submitted to turn a farm building into a motorcycle MOT testing station.
Company Yorkshire Railings wants to create the testing station, along with a wrought iron fabricator, at Top Farm in Sutton Road, Wawne.
East Riding Council's planning committee will consider the application in December.